Redeeming rewards points can feel fantastic but losing your points balance will not! These tips can help you save your rewards when cancelling your credit card.
Not sure what to do when your credit card expires? Getting your new card is often an easy process, but beware of potential fraud opportunities and outdated vendor payments.
Is cash back as simple as it sounds? In general, yes. This simple rewards system lets you earn a percentage of your purchases back as cash or a credit to your account.
Summer is peak season for driving in Canada – and that means higher prices at the pump! Our Save $100 on Gas, the latest edition to the RateSupermarket.ca Cost of Series, can help you save a hot $100 on your gas costs. Read on for our on-the-road money management tips!
We compare RBC and TD credit cards head-to-head in the second round of our credit card face off series. For consumers, choices abound, whether you’re on the hunt for low interest or rewards credit card options.
I bet you didn’t know that the main provider of your plastic has their own rewards program. That’s right, Visa, Mastercard and American Express all have their own incentives to entice you to use their product. Unfortunately, they’re not as well known as the standard cash back and reward options so users may be missing out. Here’s a rundown of some of the perks you may be eligible for with three of the most popular credit card brands out there.
TORONTO, November 24, 2011… RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’ s go-to-website to compare and save money on credit cards, mortgage rates, and savings accounts, is challenging consumers to rethink their credit card strategy this holiday season. Credit cards aren’t just for spending money, but for saving money as well.
There are only 68 days left until Christmas!! There, I said it. Scary, isn’t it? Although I absolutely love Christmas, like many of you, I don’t want to think about it in October. But this year, I’m going to try something different. I’m going to shop smarter and apply all of my neat little savings tips to the holiday season as well. This year, I’m starting with a plan – and I’m starting early.
We’ve been frustrated a few times when trying to use our points credit card to book travel with our two kids, ranging from being restricted to very inconvenient flight times and layovers, to taxes and fees adding up to almost as much as it would cost if we simply bought the flights on a discount airline. So we’ve started to think we may be better off with a cash-back credit card. Here’s what we found out.